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survivors and the 14 deceased? >> we will take a look at this disturbing situation. scott scott caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hello, i'm scott brown in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the joke is on us. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as you know, i was the united states senator from massachusetts for about three years. i speak with many of my former staff and colleagues on a regular basis and remain plugged in. so what if i told you that the leaders in both the house and the senate along with the vice president are actually close to solving our country's most vexing financial problems? things likes a astro no, ma'am mick cal gas prices, long lines at the airport and out-of-control national debt? that's not all. medicare, social security, and obama care will all be fixed and made self-sufficient for generations to come. if you are saying to yourselves wow, that seems too good to be true, you would be right. it's april fool's day and the april fool's joke is, guess what? it's on all of us. i find
. a missed opportunity for day he would finish third. quietly adam scott held his share of the lead. he would think this brilliant put with the long putter. that birdie looked like it was going to be the winning shot at . like it. but then cabrera would respond. the incredible approach shot just a few feet from the pin. he would go on to birdie 18 and would go to the play off. in the play off, both men have their ball set up for chip shot on their second stroke. cabrera up first. this for a possible victory. runs it by. both men would par the hole and we would go to a second play off. cabrera for birdie on the second play off hole. just five. adam scott had a put to win masters. >> adam scott, a life changer. >> adam scott wins the masters the first australian to do so. he was 3-under par for the day. cabrera was 2-under par for the day. we're going to tell you why cabrera possibly could have better. really it was scott, cabrera and day all having a chance to win over the final three holes, tiger woods putter just failed him today. i think probably a
't give the hole away. just inside right. jim: scott will just watch it if the scoring room, and this drops they'll be back to 18 for the playoff. nward. nick: my goodness. maybe this is going to be argentina's year. we have the new pope and now angel cabrera heading into another masters playoff. jim: i have to wonder emotionally how hard it's going to be for adam scott. because that walk up the hill -- nick: yeah, there was a lot of celebration. jim: does this not remind you a little bit of 1988, the last time we had a father-son combination on the bag? jack nicklaus/jack nicklaus jr. in this case, though, it's off to sign the card and threaten head back to the tee at 18. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] [caption
are dead, many dozens hurt. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening again and for those of you who are just joining us this is a special expanded edition, part of the "cbs evening news" coverage of the terrorist attack today in boston. here is what we know at this hour. two bombs went off near the end of the boston marathon race as runners were making their way to the finish line. what was to be a moment of triumph turned tragic in an instant. at least two people have been killed. more than 50 are being treated in hospitals, many of them are in critical condition. a third bomb that did not explode was recovered by police. tonight a massive investigation is under way. there has been no credible claim of responsibility and there was no warning. president obama vowed to find and bring to justice whoever is e.sponsible. jonathan elias of our cbs boston station wbz was right there at the scene on boylston street when the attack occurred. jonathan? >> reporter: well, scott, our backs were actually up against the grandstand. it's from behind the grandstand we unde
finishes his day in third place. angel cabrera, birdie on 16 gives him a share of the lead. adam scott on 18, you dream about these putts as a kid. are you kidding me. in the clubhouse with a nine stroke lead. shoots a 69. angel cabrera knew he needed a birdie, unreal. just money, he birdies and we go to sudden death. second playoff hole, huge left to right break, looks like going in, dangles on the limb, he can't believe he didn't drop. adam scott, 12 footer, drains it adam scott is 2013 masters champion and first major title and first australian to win the masters. >> an incredible day everything fell in the right lane, i guess. i kept plugging away. i didn't know it was going to happen. it was great that everything fell into place for me. >> it doesn't get any better than that. just unbelievable. adam scott is considered one of the best players never to win a major but one of the greatest finishes, adam scott is your masters champion. giants take three out of four from the cubs. check on this, tim lincecum on the mound and cubs got to him early. gave away 2 homers in the first. he d
but collapsed down the stretch. aussie saddam scott birdied 13 and 15, with a share of the lead. another aussie, jason day would bogey 16 and 17. cabrera, bird on 16. got a share of the lead. now adam scott on 18. co-leader for 8-under for birdie. you dream about these putts as kids. are you kidding me? in the clubhouse with a 69. cabrera in the group behind scott. watched that putt. knew he needed a birdie to force the playout. check out his approach. unreal. birdies for a 70, and we go to sudden death. second playoff hole, cabrera goes first. huge right to left break. looks like it's going in but dangles on the lip. can't believe it didn't drop. now adam scott, made the putt on 18. can he do it begin? drains it. adam scott, your 2013 masters champion. he can't believe it. green jacket for adam scott in his first major title and the first australian to win at the masters. >> incredible day. but everything fell my way in the end, i guess, and just never know, and i just kept plugging away, and i didn't know if it was going to happen. but it was just great that everything fell into place for m
. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. a terrible day. witnesses say it sounded like thunder: two bombs went off as dozens of runners were crossing the finish line at the boston marathon today. one explosion near the reviewing stand at the finish line injured bystanders, knocked many runners off their feet and seconds later another blast about two blocks away. at least two people are dead, although that number is expected to change. dozens more-- more than 50-- have been hurt, some of them critically. rescuers pulled the injured away in wheelchairs. boston police have urged people to go home and avoid large crowds just to be safe. the attack came at the end of the boston marathon, a grueling 26-mile race from hopkinton, massachusetts, to downtown boston ending on boylston street where the explosions occurred. we have a team of correspondents covering every angle of this attack and we'll begin with terrell brown in boston. >> reporter: scott, boston police have sealed off the streets here in the city of boston and many of the people that you see walking around, we
-leader to start the day but collapsed. ''m meanwhile, adam scott birdies 13 and 15, gave himself a share of the lead at 8:00-under. two bogeys finished off jason day. cabrera, trailed scott by one. now share of the lead. a dam scott on 18. co-leader with 8-under for birdie. are you kidding me? he nails it. gives his caddy, steve williams, huge high-five. in the clubhouse with a 69. cabrera playing in the group behind scott. watch the putt. new he needed a birdie to force the playoff. check out this approach. unreal. birdies the hole. we good to sudden death. second playoff hole. he's got it. locks like. dangles on the lip. can't believe it didn't go in. now adam scott, made the putt on 118. can he do it again? got it! adam scott, the 2013 masters champion, the green jacket for adam scott and his first major title and the first aussie to win the masters. >> the thing i did well was stay right where i was, wherever it was on the course, and australia is a proud sporting nation and this is one notch in the belt we never got, and amazing that it's come down to me today. >> mike: what a day.
. >> but an australian stole his thunder. a year fornearly adam scott to clear the mental hurdle of last year's british open failer and 17 years for straley to finally overcome greg norman's masters collapse. finally have something to cheer about tonight and all week. and anith a long birdie out right lead on the line. yes, sir, clearing enjoying the moment along with the crowd. the second playoff hole, scott birdies into the championship game he becomes the first aussie of her to win the masters. >> i am so proud of myself and everyone around me who has helped me. i am a proud australian and i hope this since really well back at home. >> i think it will. we have more coming up in sports from him as well as the nationals collapse today. >> fascinating watching it all today. an american tradition on the streets of d.c.. coming up, moron the young entrepreneurs putting their business skills to the test. >> more trouble tonight for carnival cruise lines. this time, the company is in trouble with the federal government. rex it was a record-setting couple of days for the district. we will have more on >> ca
. still ahead on "way too early," adam scott is your masters champion. this one needed more than just four rounds. we'll show you all the drama that led the australian to his first green jacket. >>> then we'll head to the water cooler. why will ferrell was kanye. it had nothing to do with will ferrell's awesome suit. that story and a check on weather when "way too early" comes right back. >> jackie robinson opens the dodger's second with a home run into the left field seats. they beat the braves by a run in their home front. jackie robinson is the spark plug. he gets them off and running to prove how rough it can be. [ male announcer ] how do you measure happiness? by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. [ male announcer ] book ahead and save up to 20 percent at doubletree.com, so you can sit back, relax and enjoy. doubletree by hilton. where the little things mean everything. doubletree by hilton. (alarm clock buzzer) ♪ (announc
station wbz was there on boylston street when the bombs went off. jonathan? >> scott, i was 30 feet away from that initial blast and we were filming people coming across the finish line for what should have been an end of a jubilant race. i mean, they were ecstatic. people were raising their arms up in the air, my producer, my photographer, myself, we are high-fiving these guys and just cheering them on and then a second later the bomb went off. when that first bomb went off we held our ground not knowing what had just happened and then seconds later the second bomb went off and that's when we knew exactly what was going on. we ran toward the scene of the initial blast as everyone else was running away trying to get out and off of boylston street. police officers down the street were holding up their hands and stopping some 9,000 runners still on the track telling them the race was over, they can't come down boylston and the carnage that was left on the sidewalk is forever burned in my mind and the mind of everybody i was working with today. there were body parts on that sidewalk, i stil
dozens hurt. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: and this is a special western edition. good evening. the hunt is on tonight for a killer. president obama has vowed to find and bring to justice whoever was behind the deadly terrorist attack today at the boston marathon. two bombs went off as dozens of runners were crossing the finish line. one explosion near the reviewing stand injured bystanders and knocked some runners off their feet. and second later there was another blast just down the block. at least two people have been killed, more than 120 wounded and many of them are in critical condition at this hour. rescuers pulled the injured away in wheelchairs at one point. at least one bomb that did not explode was reportedly recovered at the scene but there is conflicting information about that as this story continues to develop in the evening. tonight downtown boston is essentially locked down. police have urged people to go home and avoid large crowds just to be safe. the attack came at the end of the boston marathon, one of the
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to you when we get more information on that still developing story. now we go live to scott. a bit earlier on the program you were saying there was more investigator activity near the explosion sites. update us on what you're seeing now. >> sure sue. one sign that boston is coming back to life is the crime scene is shrinking. she was a graduate student in mathematics and statistics at boston university you can see that there is police activity and we saw a lot of it earlier. the bomb teches who were going through the area almost with a fine tooth comb trying to find any other evidence that they could come up with. it is a final sweep before they start opening more of the area. we don't know. now we're told it wouldn't be before 2:00 and preseemibly it will be after that. they have recovered very important evidence they include shrapnel from one of the two bomb bombs pieces of the actual pressure cooker was used in at least one of the bombs, potentially both of them. >> pieces of block nylon which could be from a backpack. and also bbs and nails possibly contained in a pressure cook
a helicopter? take a look at the smoke. if a helicopter was in the scott and captain fogle was offered a helicopter, he said no, we can't get the menu, there's too much snow. so they began to package these guys, get them ready for movement. get them onto backboards so that they can be moved. but their prospects of an effective rescue were dim at this point. until the smoke clears. there was a helicopter that was sent to see if they could help by making water drops and doing that sort of thing. and they circle the area. as you go there and find engine 57, see what you can do about structure prevention, not knowing at that time how serious the situation was. and they flew around at least three times, maybe three and a half times and suddenly the smoke cleared. a little helicopter landed here and dropped off its crew rushed around as he was going on. and by this time two of the other three men had been found, and they have been found expired. so that the problem was getting the two guys out who were injured. it would've taken quite a while to convert the small helicopter so could carry a
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. tiger woods unable to make a push. the finer w finish was spectacu. adam scott, won the green jacket. scott a runner-up in 2011. here he is tied with angel cabrera. the birdie, give him the lead. scott trains it. the aussie is fired up. that moved him to mean us 9. pressure was on cabrera. and he came up huge. he won here back in 2009. he looked ready to dupe ao it a. second shot, 18th. amazing. birdie the hole. move to a tie with scott. sending the masters to a playoff. after both men parred the first hole. cabrera. birdie. this looks good. just barely misses. he would tap in for par. leaving the door open for scott. 32-year-old. with the 15-foot putt here for birdie. and the win. this is going to go right in. adam scott wins the first major. becomes the first australian to ever win the masters. gio gonzalez, nats trying to avoid the sweep. and gio, 1-0, atlanta. two on for chris johnson. he is going to take the pitch up the middle. and on top. 3-0. and simmons takes, a three-run shot. and lead it 7-0. and since becoming a nationals player. braves, the sweep. 9-0. and on the mound f
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, they never wear a green jacket. nobody took golf's biggest prize clutchm scott had two putts and he won the country's major.in and thehis first augusta was a fantastic setting for the final around. a trio of aussies had a chance at the jacket. jason day did not need the putter as he holed his approach. tiger woods -- with a misread putt that did read well. he finished in a tie four fourth place. a peculiar play for cabrera, going for the green with the second shot as he finds the water and makes bogey. jason day gets the lead back. cabrera makes the birdie on 16, cabreera the 29 champion tied with adam scott. the sunday wars have scott tied for the lead, birdie for the clubhouse lead. watch cabrera answer with his son as his caddy. he sticks it high on the 18th and makes the putt to force the playoff. second straight year it is decided with extra holes and the rain coming down. it is the putt of his life as the aussie wins his first career major. >> what an incredible day. for everything fell my way in the end. you never know and i just kept plugging away and i didn't know if it would h
you bring us up to date on what you've been able to learn. >> scott, we were told there were two device devices that did explode. they had been put in trash cans or garbage containers here in the race route. an area congested with people. if you were targeting a crowd it's the kind of place you could secretly drop a bag care ago device and do bit a bit of damage. we were told that one of the devices that was found that had not exploded is intact that will help decode what was put together but we believe there may have been two unexploded devices that were recovered. there's a little confusion about the police spokesman said -- the police commissioner said at j.f.k. library. we were told a while ago this may have been more like a molotov cocktail, like an incendiary device and not a bomb. so that's still a little fuzzy. finally the most important thing is what police are not finding. that is when they go to the intelligence reporting stream they're not seeing any claims of responsibility and they're not seeing anything in advance pointing to today as a target or to boston and the
, with the kinds of lacerations that you would expect from this kind of an explosion. >> scott, one of the other problems is we are at the end of a marathon. they are dehydrated. they may be cold. it's hard enough to have an injury like this in normal conditions but if you have just run a marathon. >> pelley: we're being told that a third explosion occurred a short time ago, that it was intentionally set off by the police because they believed that they found an explosive device and decided to detonate it themselves before it went off. this is a report from our reporter kylie atwood who is right there at the scene, and witnessed these events a little over an hour ago. kylie what do you know of that? >> yeah, hi, scott. i'm still standing at the medical tent on the corner of dartmouth and st. james. and it's still unsure what that third loud sound was. what we're hearing now is it could have been a potential bomb that was underneath the viewing bleachers that were right on boylston street near where the other two bombs went off. and because i'm being told now is that that material was detonated w
, then the republican address by senator tim scott of south carolina. on monday, an act of terror killed and injured people at the boston marathon. but americans refused to be terrorized. ultimately that's what we'll remember from this week. the stories of heroism and kindness, resolve and resilience, generosity and love. the brave first responders, police officers and firefighters, the e.m.t.'s and national guard, who ran toward danger to help their fellow citizens. the race volunteers, spectators and exhausted runners who rushed to help, including troops and veterans who never expected to see such scenes on the streets of america. the determined doctors and nurses at some of the world's best hospitals who toiled day and night to save so many lives. the big hearted people of boston. residents, priests, shopkeepers, who carried victims in their arms and delivered water and blankets, lined up to give blood, opened their homes up to total strangers. and the heroic federal agents and police officers who worked together throughout the week, often at great risk to themselves, to keep our communities safe
on your side for help scott fielder is a fan of meryl hagger. >> their stories, you know kind of the outlaw country singers. >> one regret watching may be the only way scott will get to see the country legend in a concert. >> his band started playing and then, it started pouring he missed two chances to see his idol. he went to a concert in 1982 but was rained out. then, scott bougts tickets to see him. >> i found tickets early. and i was ready for it. >> scott went online and found the concert had been postponed until september 24th. >> so this is disappointing. >> he went online to check, then, the blow. >> the show had actually played the day before. >> scott found out the date changed again. this time to a week earlier, maerl haggered played the night before. and scott missed the show. >> once again i was not notified and again, i kagted the agency. >> scott had purchased the tickets at axs.com part of the golden voice promotion autos they tried to tell me they'd notified me and i explained they happenedn't. >> it was disappointing because he says the 76-year-old may not b
the -- and thank you for watching. the cbs evening news with scott pelley is next. >> see you later. comes out. for the first time in big league sports, an active player announces he's gay. ben tracy has the story. james brown of the nfl today tioks at what it means. the f.b.i. questions new subjects in the boston marathon bombing. bob orr has details. with inmates stacked high in s, thernia prisons, the state makes 3,000 lifers eligible for release. min moriarty reports. and crowds line up to meet the men who dealt a blow for america after pearl harbor. >> we drove all night. reporter: david martin on the last reunion of doolittle's raiders. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. e "c >> pelley: good evening. his letter began this way. i'm a 34-year-old nba center. i'm black. and i'm gay." with that, jason collins of the odshington wizards today became the first active player in one of the big four sports to come out. hllins said he didn't set out to be first but added, "i'm happy to start the conversation." and we have learned it was a tonver
in texas. manuel bojorquez is there. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. we have uncovered some new developments in the boston marathon bombing, and we will have those in just a moment. but first, there is a major breaking story out of washington tonight: the gun control legislation written after the newtown massacre has been scuttled in its entirety by the united states senate. moments ago, standing with parents from newtown, connecticut, the president railed against the senate. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. but this effort is not over. i want to make it clear to the american people, we can still bring about meaningful changes that reduce gun violence so long as the american people don't give up on it. >> pelley: of course, opponents of gun control are elated by the decision, and we will start our coverage with chip reid at the capitol. >> on this vote, the yays are 54, the nays are 46. >> reporter: for supporters of gun control, including vice president joe biden, it was a major defeat.
miller? >> it's interesting scott was this was for a swat team search for a suspect, an unusually large perimeter. this was a 20-block perimeter in a house -- in a neighborhood of very close-together houses and winding curving streets and yet if you look at spruce street where the gunfire and bomb-throwing encounter was last night, where the first suspect was killed and you look at the street that they're on now, you're looking at a distance of about four blocks away. it could suggest that when he went on the run that's about as far as he drove when he dumped that car, got out of the car and may have jt found the vest hiding -- the best hiding place he could. it's possible, if that is our suspect in that boat, that he may have been there the entire time or he may have hidden someplace and then poked his head out and found a better place to hide. but it's really not far away from where all this started at 10:30 last night. >> pelley: one of the reporters from our cbs station in boston, wbz, jim armstrong, was the first to arrive as police were poring into this neighborhood. we have jim n
by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from boston. boston. >> pelle >> pelley: good evening. no motive, no suspects, and the f.b.i. is now asking for help to identify the marathon bomber. they found a lot of evidence in the area behind us. we're just across the street from the boston public library next to boylston street where two bombs exploded yesterday at the world's premiere marathon. the f.b.i. appealed to the public came this evening. the agent in charge, richard deslauriers asked the public for leads and photographs and summed up the investigation this way. >> at this time, there are no claims of responsibility. the range of suspects and motives remains wide open. >> pelley: investigators say this was one of the most photographed areas in the country yesterday. but did anyone capture the image of the person or persons who planted the bombs that killed at least three people and wounded more than 170 including spectator leann yawny. >> i'm alive. and being so close to the blast, you know, it could have turned out wa
captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" ptith scott pelley. nsored by cbs >> pelley: good evening. they are the most wanted men in america tonight. have a look. the f.b.i. today said the two men in this video are suspects in monday's boston bombings. but where are they, and who are they? so far, they are known only as suspect help in identifying them. in a moment, we will give you a web site where you can see these pictures again, and we'll give you the f.b.i. phone number to call if you recognize these men. first, we will go to homeland security correspondent bob orr. bob. >> reporter: scott, investigators are confident tonight the men in the surveillance videos are directly linked to the twin bombings. now they're trying to put names to the pictures. these video clips were captured by surveillance cameras before the twin explosions on boylston street. it shows two men, one in a dark baseball cap and wearing an unzipped dark jacket; the other walking just a short distance behind, wearing a dark jacket and a white baseball cap, which is backwards on his head. car men were
is on the scene. Ñiçsx scene. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. another difficult day for boston. the city said good-bye to two victims of the terror attacks. there was a private funeral for eight-year-old martin richard whose childhood innocence we will never forget. sean collier achieved his childhood dream when he became a cop. an army of officers attended his funeral today. we learned why collier was executed as he sat in his patrol car. more about that in just a moment. but first bob orr has information about a shopping trip one of the suspects took to buy explosives. >> reporter: on february 6, ten weeks before the marathon bombings, tamerlan tsarnaev walked into the sea brook new hampshire fireworks store and bought two lock-and-load mortars kits. each kit cost about $200 and contained 24 pyrotechnic shells. investigators now are trying to determine if the brothers used the black powder from those fireworks as the explosive in the pressure cooker bomb. tsarnaev's name was recorded in the store's
john paul scott presented the capital funding for fiscal year 2014 and fiscal year 2015. the construction projects. the fiscal year 2014 had a request for 7 million 8 hundred and 40 thousand the fiscal next year is for 5 million 5 hundred and 50 thousand. the requests are made to the city capital committee for recommendation to marry and the board of supervisors for their approval in june of this year. many of those requests are for the construction or projects that are currently in design. those funds are in addition to funding for ada ramps and sidewalks. the ada transition plan as one more year of capital funding for fiscal year 2016. details are attached to my report and a thank you scott >> i provided american people update on transition projects 12 projects were completed in neo 12 and as far as this year. 18 projects are currently in design and construction. a list of projects are attached to my report. we had a presentation on a single occupancy. the erroneous requires that common area toilets, bathtubs and showers. s r o tense and can also request the - please
, in fact. adam scott this to take the lead, gets to 9 under. cabrera, back this the fairway. watching all this go down. he needs to get up and down. to force a playoff. cabrera. ranked 269th in the world. looking like number one with that shot. he would birdie. we go to a playoff. and back to the 18th. both players short of the green. cabrera chipping. third shot. is it in? almost. cabrera trying to become the second oldest to win the masters. at the age of 43. scott, he can win it. just short. both parred. we head to the 74th hole. sunday death playoff number when. cabrera, a 20-foot birdie putt, up the hill, great speed. just a little too high. so scott, a runner up in 2011, and said all he needed to do to win the masters was putt a little bit better. two years later, he comes back and does it! he wins with tiger's former cadd caddie, stevie williams. adam scott's first major championship. the first green jacket for an australian. scott also won a gold jacket at the 2012 australian masters. he has a gold and a green. tiger finishes in a tie for fourth. i'm chris hassel. >>> another day,
by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm susan schaefer i'm scott shafer. joining me now is david baker, energy reporter. chuck nevius and jill tucker. >> the governor threw down the gauntlet this week and calling it a civil rights issue. >> the state is turning into a . those at middle and bottom are doing worse. >> jill, boil it down for us. what are the main points the governor is proposing in the plan? >> what the governor wants to do is make a complicated funding system simpler. instead of giving money to schools on old formulas and not teaching and what they need, he is saying let's give everybody a base amount from $6,300 to $7,200 depending on the grade level. you will get more if you have students that are more difficult to teach and they have more issues and they need more time and attention. it is a fairly simple system on the face of it that says if you have these kids, this is how much money you will get. >> the thinking is the extra money will be used for more teachers or tutors? what? >> you know what? the benefit of this proposal according to the distr
scott held his share of the lead. also on 18, this to take the lead. it looks like that was twoing to be the winning shot. but then cabrera, he won it before. here is his approach. he needs to get it close. yes! he would birdie and force a playoff. on the second hole, cabrera thinking he might win it he misses the puttets the par. adam scott for the win right here. there it is. adam scott! [cheers and applause] a life changer. >> indeed it was. 32-year-old adam jacket wins the master's. scott becomes the first australian to put it on. scott's fellow country men, day, fades down the stretch. tiger woods has not won a master now in 8 years. he tied with mark for 4th. mark also an australians to make the putt and think you won the master's at that point and have to go out and earn it all over again. how hard was that to do? >> well, it was a split second, i thought i had won. >> never count your chickens. we seen so many guys make it to win. i thought it is time for me to step up and see how much i want it. >> tough night. any time you have a chance to win the master's and you don't a
. it is supposed to be spring. >> and augusta, georgia, here we go. this is a victorious adam scott becoming the first australian to ever win the masters. he pulled it off, sudden death, breathtaking fashion. >> it was just awesome. >> crazy. good morning and welcome to "early start." i'm brooke baldwin. >> i'm john berman. happy patriots day. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. >> let's begin with a little news from the homeland. we have the northern plains pounded. we saw some of the pictures by snow. where are we, like almost in may now and here you have this snow, lots of it. combined with low visibility, high winds creating a recipe for disaster on this minnesota hi highway. the dakotas saw up to a foot and a half of snow yesterday and, folks, it is not over yet, another winterlike blast taking aim at denver. how much snow is expected there? let's go to bonnie schneider live in the weather center. say it isn't so. >> i'm sure that's what they're saying in denver. where is our spring. denver, you're on your way to seeing the snowiest april ever but it's not just snowing in colorado. we have sno
. scott, good morning to you. >> good morning, andrew. let me set the scene a little bit in watertown, which is to say the least a very tense place this morning. there are police barricades, police lines everywhere. they don't want people around. they've told people to stay in their homes and only open their doors if they know that it's a police officer that's at the door. that is how tense it is because they believe that the so-called suspect number two is at large here and there's a big police pleas ens trying to find him and hopefully take him alive. a short time ago, there was a press briefing a short distance here in watertown. let's listen to a little bit of that right now. >> we had a patient that was coming in with multiple injuries. that patient arrived here at 1:20 by boston ems, by the p1 crew who did an exemplary job. but at that point he was in a traumatic arrest with cpr ongoing. we spent about 10 to 15 minutes trying to res secessuscitate th patient with a number of procedures being done that were unsuccessful and at 1:35 in the morning, he was pronounced. >> now, that
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